When you come worship, expect:

  • To be challenged
  • To experience something that is like nothing else
  • To hear, see, and do things that make no sense (1 Corinthians 1:18) 
  • To have each of your five senses stimulated
When you come to worship, we expect everyone to participate through singing, welcoming all who come through the door, hearing the word, meeting Christ in the font, and recieving Christ at the table.

When you come to worship, come as you are.  Don't worry about what to wear, where to sit or what to put in the plate.  Your presence matters more to us and your presence in worship allows us to better worship.  Without you, our voice is not as strong.  YOU matter to us, to the worship, and to God!

If you have younger children, bring them.  Don't worry if they act out or get easily distracted.  Their presence reminds us that the word of God is for all people, of all ages.  Jesus tells us to sow seeds and even if you think your child is not getting anything out of worship, trust that they are and that the Holy Spirit uses all people of all ages to proclaim the good news!  God's Word has a way of permeating our bodies in the most random of ways.  If your child gets very restless, we have a nursey in the basement that has a livestream of the liturgy shown on a tv.  Just make sure you come back after your little one is ready to return!